WEST: Who Decides What Is an Abuse of Power?


The articles of impeachment being tried before the US Senate this week are purely partisan.

Oh boy, I loved that staged “solemn” signing ceremony along with the showcase processional. As well, they are nebulous in nature, to say the least. Therefore, under the theme of comparative analysis, let’s examine this impeachment of President Donald Trump from the simple perspective of, who decides what is an abuse of power?

For more from Allen West check out CNSNews.com

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